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Allanton Roundabout

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Allanton Roundabout
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North West of Castle Douglas
Highway Authority
Transport Scotland
Junction Type
Roads Joined

Allanton Roundabout lies at the northern end of the Castle Douglas bypass on the A75. It is a three arm junction at quite a sharp fork, where the A745 has been extended along the former A75 route from the town centre. The two southern arms of the junction have single approach and departure lanes, but the northern arm of the A75 has two departure lanes leading on to a climbing lane up the hill. The roundabout was built as part of the bypass which opened in 1988.


Route To Notes




Stranraer, Ayr (A713)


Castle Douglas, Dalbeattie, Auchencairn (B736, A711)

Allanton Roundabout
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Junctions on the A75
Gretna Interchange • Dumfries Bypass. Eastern Junction • Brownrigg Roundabout • Bloomfield Roundabout • Cuckoo Bridge Roundabout • Dumfries Bypass Western Junction • Garroch Roundabout • Drummore Roundabout  • Ninemile Bar • Allanton Roundabout • Castle Douglas Interchange • Ringford • Tarff Bridge Junction • Gatehouse of Fleet Road • Wigtown Road Junction • Halfway House • Lintmill Bridge • Inchparks

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